The craziest compilation of music from all over the world, Poco Loco in the Coco Vol. 4 collates a worldwide mixture of painfully obscure crud-a-phonic dance craze extracted from 45s and 78s platters from the ’50s and early ’60s by obscure record labels. A brilliant and bonkers concoction of exotica and international nonsense novelties – if you need something new to listen to after you’ve worn out your Las Vegas Grind and Jungle Exotica records, then this is for you. A unique mix of genres perfect for a successful exotic party: Arabian swing, cha-cha-cha, bebop, Singaporean garage ye-ye, rumble rock from Thailand, Mexican troglodyte garage punk, and more. This platter will liven up any party! Lurch-eriffic tropical crazes and totally daffy mix-n-match foreign language tracks that’ll make your eyes and ears alike pop just like corn. Long live the University of Vice. Features: Abdul Alexi Freeman, Teddy Martin, Los Albinos, Billy Nash, Gaston Y Sus Thunders, Zhang Xiao Ying, Dany Maurice, Los Dorman, The Goyos’s Cats, Les Kili-Cats, The Modern Orientals, Rosendo Ruiz Jr., Jack Ary, and Johny’s Guitar.